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Pearl Necklace said...

There can be no other explanation, except for the transfer by inheritance
spontaneous modifications, similar to what we find in humans.
On the third place put some changes in the ratio parts.
Respectively greater or less use of one or the other of the body
the muscles that give it motion, be more or less; and if
changes are inherited, the authority in a number of generations may become more or
less. However, changes in the location or attachment of the muscles are unable
to be explained in this way. Found, especially in relation to
limbs that the relations of the tendons to the bones and to each other is not always
there are the same. Variations in the method of attachment may be
accidentally best and through this can become permanent. In this case
we will deal with the category of structural changes, to explain
which can give the key only the hypothesis of Darwin, and no other.
To an even greater extent the same can be said about the phenomenon of mimicry
Last more than any other phenomenon, can serve as a striking
example of how features seem inexplicable, become easy
understandable, if attributed to the re-experience of individuals,
veryromantic in a favorable sense. We can say that we have achieved
understanding these wonderful phenomena of imitation, as the existence
the famous leaf-insect, bugs, "resembling in appearance a drop
dew, rolling on the surface of the sheet", tracks that, calming down,
drawn in such a way that completely resemble knots of wood. We can
to explain the emergence of even more amazing phenomena of imitation,
what, for example, follow certain insects others. Bat (Bates) says,
what are the different types of butterflies fleeing from devouring insect-eating birds
thanks to their taste; these butterflies imitate the coloration of the species
deeply different from them, the imitation is so perfect that even
an experienced entomologist can easily be deceived.